The Atlantic Builders Convention wraps up Wednesday, as the popular conference marks its return to Atlantic City after last year’s cancellation due to the pandemic. Below is part two of our conversation with Jeff Kolakowski, the CEO of the New Jersey Builders Association, and Josh Mann, the association’s board president.
The Atlantic Builders Convention is coming back to Atlantic City, marking the return of one of the region’s largest events after last year’s statewide shutdown due to the pandemic.
Business leaders are hoping to shine a light on Atlantic City’s available housing stock — and the incentives for would-be buyers — in a free event slated to take place this week.
Renovations are coming to nearly 100 suites at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City as part of a newly announced, $20 million investment at the boardwalk property.
The owner of Atlantic City’s Showboat property has unveiled plans for an expansion that will create New Jersey’s largest arcade, a sports bar and other offerings at the former casino.
Business leaders have secured nearly $700,000 in state funding for Atlantic City’s Chelsea neighborhood, supporting everything from streetscape improvements to outdoor fitness classes.
A fitness and personal training business is taking nearly 11,000 square feet at a Hamilton retail center, in the largest of several newly announced leases by R.J. Brunelli & Co.
A legal aid organization has renewed its lease at an Atlantic City office building, under a newly announced transaction by Wolf Commercial Real Estate.